Thursday, August 10, 2017
Has Manafort's son-in-law flipped? Manafort's son-in-law met with federal investigators, sources say
Trump has caught his generals off guard by questioning whether the effort to stabilize Afghanistan is still worth it
Lawrence O'Donnell explains why Paul Manafort is not the only one who should be very, very worried that the FBI, working with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, raided his house in the middle of the night in search of evidence of a crime.
Ret. ATF Special Agent Jim Cavanaugh, who worked with Robert Mueller when he was FBI Director, gives a riveting look at the raid on Paul Manafort's home and the likely state of the special counsel's legal case. John Heilemann & Mieke Eoyang join Lawrence O'Donnell.
After Mitch McConnell publicly questioned Donald Trump's understanding of the legislative process, Trump (of course) hit back on Twitter. Plus, a GOP senator blames McCain's vote against repeal on his brain tumor. John Heilemann joins Lawrence O'Donnell.
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether U.S. intelligence agencies are yet unified on their assessment of North Korea's military capability.
Rachel Maddow reports on the array of questions following a report that Cuban diplomats were expelled from the US in relation to Americans in Cuba suffering "symptoms" related to "incidents."
Carol Leonnig, reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about a pre-dawn FBI raid on the house of former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
For all their bluster, white supremacists sure do cry hysterically when others exercise their 1st Amendment rights.
Rachel Maddow notes that Donald Trump is looking at candidates from his own lawyer's firm and Rudy Giuliani's firm to fill prominent U.S. attorney positions that would likely have jurisdiction over investigations into Trump and his associates.